East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

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East Anglia ONE North Offshore Windfarm

Received 08 January 2020
From Guy Philpotts

Representation

very little information has come to my attention,other than that given to other towns/parishes. The first I knew about the latest submissions was when I attended a parish council meeting about a housing planning application & one of your representatives was there.I knew nothing about the noise survey done here,though caroline cottage,yards from my house was informed! On your latest plans courtyard cottage is mentioned. No such place at Ness House,where you appear to have it.How much other "information" is as inaccurate. The siting of the trenches in the sizewell area will have a devastating effect on the wild life,especially summer visitors such as turtle doves nightjars & nightingales,as well as resident woodlarks & skylarks & 4 legged animals.while fields may be returned to their original state fairly quickly.it will take decades to reinstate woodland & hedges.How can you be allowed to concrete over vast areas of what is supposed to be a protecte AONB?